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Old 23-04-2003, 07:52 PM   #1
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Decided that I need to get off my rear end and start getting back to work again. lol. So, I made this durring lunch yesterday. I am tryin my luck at Tracking dark scenes, I am going to try and track a room at night, if I can get it to work, I have an idea to incorperate this guy in the room. THere isn't to much detail because I was just going to use them in low lit areas. Let me know what you think!! THanks Alot,
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here is a better lit version, THanks!
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BTW, becuase of the scene that I am working on, do you think that the feet are ok? Also, do u think i should make him shorter? Thanks again.
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nice mate!

cool character, nice eye and nose shape!
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THanks kev. I am going to try to do camera shots like in Close encounters of the Third kind, Hopefully behind a door that is flooded with light, so it will be more like a siloette, and you will just be able to make out the Black eyes. I am not sure How I am going to do the white light yet, Any sugestions??? Thanks,
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They are PERFECT for midground/background elements!!!

I LOVE those little guys!

Nice to have ya back man!
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woo close and counters fo the third kind.
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